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Friday, September 02, 2011

Daytime Replacement Haiku (Late-Night Haiku XXXV, On Psalm 1)

The righteous man me.
Though stumbles invite turning,
The Lord comforts me.

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

5 Uncouth, Unfair Thoughts On Politics

5. If certain noisy factions actually cared about the poor, they wouldn't bribe the middle class with entitlements.

4. I might have cared about my carbon footprint once, but then I remembered The Gathering Of Urgent Concern, which naturally required a private plane, and first-class service.

3. All things considered, no matter what else I say, there is a difference in the state killing murderers, and the state killing children.

2. No, I'm not scared of Michelle Bachmann, or Sarah Palin.

1. Short of Romney, (for the sake of the gospel) I'm with the Republican nominee in 2012. (In that case, I'll write in Ron Paul without hesitation. Which I should have done last time.)

Bonus: Our only democratic ally in the Middle East is neither democratic, nor an ally.
Late-Night Haiku XXXIV (On Psalm 73)

Though the just wait long,
And pleasure beckons daily,
In Your house is peace.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Late-Night Haiku XXXIII (On Ephesians 2:5)

Gracious life to us;
Together with Him we reign,
Though death bound us fast.

Monday, August 29, 2011

Late-Night Haiku XXXII (On Acts 2:38)

You turn around now,
Take water the soul solvent.
Receive Triune life!
Late-Night Haiku XXXI (On John 3:16)

For You so loved us,
Your Son to redeem mankind
Sent to the dying.